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The Shrubbery, Ross-on-Wye

  • Ref: 1000_RS0543
  • Type: Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Spacious Three-Bedroom Bungalow Conveniently Situated for Town and Schools. Boasting a Spacious Rear Garden and Ample off-road Parking.
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Property Features

  • Chain Free
  • Conveniently Located Close To Town
  • Private Garden
  • Spacious with an Easy Flow
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Driveways
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Full Details

Ross-on-Wye is a charming market town situated near the Welsh border, nestled along the banks of the River Wye just north of the Forest of Dean. The town boasts a range of attractions, including historic landmarks such as Wilton Castle, Goodrich Castle, and Eastnor Castle. In addition to these cultural gems, Ross features a collection of galleries and independent craft shops, alongside larger brand stores for diverse shopping experiences.

For those seeking recreational activities, the local Halo leisure centre offers a comprehensive package with a gym, classes, sauna, steam room, and a swimming pool. Sports enthusiasts can join the Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, Football, Golf, and Rowing clubs, while nature lovers can explore the nearby Forest of Dean, which provides an abundance of walking trails, cycling routes, and horse riding trails. Symonds Yat, Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, and The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail are also notable attractions in the surrounding area.

Ross-on-Wye provides a diverse dining scene, with options ranging from traditional pubs like The Hope and Anchor, Man of Ross, and the idyllic Loughpool, to Indian, Chinese, and Fish & Chip establishments. The terrace of The Royal Hotel is particularly recommended for its scenic views.

In terms of education, Ross boasts several well-regarded primary schools, including Ashfield Park, St Josephs, Brampton Abbots, and Bridstow. John Kyrle High School serves as the primary secondary school in the region.

Geographically, Ross-on-Wye is strategically located, making it a popular choice for residents due to its easy commuting links. The town provides convenient access north to Hereford, south to Monmouth and South Wales, and east to Gloucester and Cheltenham. The M50 facilitates further travel on the M5, enabling journeys both north and south.

In summary, Ross-on-Wye stands out as a picturesque and vibrant town, offering a blend of cultural, recreational, and educational amenities, coupled with excellent commuting options for residents.

Council Tax Band: E (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Converted Garage w: 4.8m x l: 5.31m (w: 15' 9" x l: 17' 5")
The front entrance of the home opens into what was formerly a double garage, now transformed into a generous garden room, with full width sliding doors to the side patio and entrance to the dining hall.

Dining Hall w: 2.92m x l: 7.06m (w: 9' 7" x l: 23' 2")
A Beautifully bright welcome into the dining hall where natural light floods in through full-width patio doors, giving access to the extensive side patio. Two steps lead down to the lounge. Radiator.

Double glazed window to side and double glazed door to rear with covered canopy. Fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units, space for free standing dishwasher and fridge, free standing cooker with extractor over. Wall mounted gas boiler. Radiator, vinyl flooring.

Double glazed window to rear having a pleasing outlook over the garden, full width double glazed doors to the side patio. Feature brick open fireplace. Radiator.

Bedroom 1 w: 3.43m x l: 3.58m (w: 11' 3" x l: 11' 9")
Double glazed window to front, fitted wardrobe. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 w: 2.69m x l: 3.58m (w: 8' 10" x l: 11' 9")
Double glazed window to front. Concealed cloakroom with W.C. and hand basin. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 w: 2.46m x l: 2.54m (w: 8' 1" x l: 8' 4")
Double glazed window to side. Radiator.

Refitted bathroom to include a d-shaped bath with a waterfall shower and handheld shower attachment, thermostatic bath water filler, wash hand basin with demister mirror above, low level W.C, chrome ladder towel rail. Tiled flooring with underfloor heating.

The property is approached by two tarmac driveways providing ample parking. The front garden is laid to lawn with shrub borders and an access gate to one side that leads alongside the property. The rear garden is laid to lawn with mature shrub and tree borders enjoying a southerly aspect offering much privacy. A summerhouse and garden shed are to be found at the bottom of the garden.

Proceed out of town on the Walford Road, on approaching the Prince of Wales public house turn right onto Archenfield Road, follow the road down to find the turning into The Shrubbery on the left hand side.

Mains gas central heating with a Hive controller. Mains water, electricity and drainage.

Local Authority
Herefordshire Council 01432 260000
Tax Band 'E'

We are informed by the seller that the tenure is freehold.

Ultrafast Broadband available
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Network Signal
EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone
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The floor plans within this brochure are a sketch for illustrative purposes and are intended as an approximate guide only. They should not be relied on as being accurate, to scale or as a representation of fact.

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